Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Meet presidential finalist Dr. Patrick Lanning

When Dr. Patrick Lanning drives over the mountains to Central Oregon it “feels like coming home.” Lanning, one of Central Oregon Community College’s three presidential finalists, grew up in Prineville and spent more than...

COCC gets permits for radio station

Thanks to a professor’s work and his student’s encouragement, KXBC could be on your radio as early as this fall One student -- that’s what kept Jon Bouknight working for two years to get the...

Student government looks ahead to upcoming elections

By Emma Kaohi | The Broadside (Contact: ekaohi@cocc.edu) The students behind Associated Students of Central Oregon Community College push for the betterment of COCC’s students, with a mission to “Represent and serve all students by...

Nursing program at COCC is ‘wide open’ to both genders

When nursing student Jordan Good walked into a pre-school with two of his female classmates, the pre-kindergarten kids asked him if he was the doctor and they were the nurses. “These kids are three to...

Program pierces Muslim culture veil

On Oct. 24, students will have the opportunity to experience a different culture without the cost of a plane ticket. Central Oregon Community College’s multicultural department and Barber Library will be presenting the Bridging Cultures...

1100 more students from COCC now have “voice” in this year’s elections

Vote OR Vote has almost tripled the status in comparison to last years’ 400 students. The 1,100 students are from all four branches of Central Oregon Community College, including Madras, Prineville, and Bend and...

CPS officer goes out of his way to help with crash

“There’s no way I could just drive away” Campus Public Safety officer, Kevin Lanier, was heading to take his lunch break when his “gut instinct” turned him around. On April 21, 2014 around 11:30, Lanier was...

COCC cost remains second lowest in state

Students at Central Oregon Community College pay the second lowest tuition and fee rates in Oregon. COCC has remained below the state average for in-district tuition and fees since 2003-04, according to the 2013-14 annual...

Dancing through life: Titlakawan dance provides students with a new outlook on life

Some days, cultural anthropology instructor Willan Cervantes forgoes his suit and tie and wears the regalia of an Aztec dancer. Cervantes and members of the Titlakawan dance club performed on Nov. 4 in the student...

Shooting near COCC campus: who was notified?

By Ezra Neumann | The Broadside (Contact: eneumann2@cocc.edu) When a shooting occurred near the Central Oregon Community College in early January, security around campus sent out notifications to students and faculty warning them to avoid...